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Recent Faculty Publications

department of political science

Robert Bartlett

Arisotle's Nicomachean Ethics, translated by Robert C. Bartlett and Susan D. Collins. University of Chicago Press.

Nasser Behnegar

"Locke and the Sober Spirit of Capitalism," in Society, Volume 49, Number 2. Full text

“Max Weber,” The Encyclopedia of Political Science, edited by George T. Kurian. CQ Press.

Timothy Crawford

“Wedge Strategies in Power Politics,” International Security.

“Intelligence Cooperation,” in International Studies Encyclopedia, Vol. 6, edited by Robert A. Denemark. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 3784-3804.

David Deese

Handbook of the International Political Economy of Trade by David Deese. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Globalization and Its Effects. Ashgate Publishing.

"Why Political and Civil Freedom are Fundamental to Economic Freedom, Reform, and Restructuring," ch. 3 in Joshua Hall and Robert Lawson, eds., Economic Freedom: Causes and Consequences. Nova Science Publishers, New York.

ed., Globalization: Cause and Effects, Ashgate Publishing, forthcoming, Volume 11 in Deese, ed., The Library of Essays in International Relations series, forthcoming.

Robert Faulkner

The Case for Greatness: Honorable Ambition and Its Critics. Yale University Press.

Dennis Hale

Review, Daniel Patrick Moynihan: A Portrait in Letters of An American Visionary edited by Steven R. Weisman. Society, Vol. 48 (6).

David Hopkins

Presidential Elections: Strategies and Structures of American Politics (with Nelson W. Polsby, Aaron Wildavsky, and Steven E. Schier). Rowman & Littlefield.

“The Political Geography of Party Resurgence” (with Laura Stoker), in Who Gets Represented?, edited by Peter K. Enns and Christopher Wlezien, Russell Sage. Foundation.

Christopher Kelly

The Collected Writings of Rousseau, Volume Twelve: Autobiographical, Scientific, Religious, Moral, and Literary Writings, edited with Roger D. Masters, Hanover, NH: The University Press of New England, in press.

Kenneth Kersch

“Ecumenicalism Through Constitutionalism: The Discursive Development of Constitutional Conservatism in National Review, 1955-1980.” Studies in American Political Development: 1-31.

“A Friend to the Union,” A Review of John Marshall: Writings. Claremont Review of Books: 57-59.

Jonathan Laurence

The Emancipation of Europe's Muslims: The State's Role in Minority Integration by Jonathan Laurence. Princeton University Press.

“The National Identity Debate in France.” West European Politics.

Integrating Islam: Political and Religious Challenges in Contemporary France (with Justin Vaisse). Brookings Institution Press.

Robert Ross

Emerging Naval Powers: Cooperation and Conflict at Sea, co-edited with Peter Dutton and Øystein Tunsjø, forthcoming.

US-China-EU Relations: Managing the New World Order, co-edited with Øystein Tunsjø and Zhang Tuosheng. London: Routledge.

Kay Schlozman

The Unheavenly Chorus: Unequal Political Voice and the Broken Promise of American Democracy by Kay Lehman Schlozman, Sidney Verba, and Henry E. Brady. Princeton University Press.

“Public Interest Groups” in Dara Strolovitch, ed., CQ Guide to Interest Groups and Lobbying, Washington, DC: CQ Press, forthcoming.

“Creative Participation: Concluding Thoughts from the Land of the Boston Tea Party,” in Michele Micheletti and Andrew McFarland, eds., Creative Participation: Responsibility-taking in the Political World, Boulder, CO: Paradigm Press, in press.

“The Weapon of The Strong?: Participatory Inequality and the Internet,” Perspectives on Politics (with Sidney Verba and Henry E. Brady).

Susan Meld Shell

Kant and the Limits of Autonomy by Susan Meld Shell. Harvard University Press.

Kant's "Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and the Sublime," and the "Remarks": Critical Essays, co-edited with Richard Velkley. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Peter Skerry

“American Culture and the Muslim World” Brookings Institution.

“A Testing Attempt for Islam’s Center.” Brookings Institution.


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